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  • Program tanımları

    - DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY PROGRAM -

    For graduate students with a M.Sc. degree in Earthquake Engineering the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) program in Earthquake Engineering consists of at least 24 credit hours course load and a Doctor of Philosophy Thesis. For graduate students with M.Sc. degree in Civil Engineering, additional courses may be required depending on the academic background of the student.

    The minimum number of credits fo formal course work is made up of elective courses, at the discretion of the particular program which the student is registered. Since a Ph.D program is essentially the pursuit of individual interest in spesific professional field, the course work is planned under the guidance of an advisor to fit student's specific objectives and needs.The 24 credits of course work should normally comprise600 level courses; however, 400 and 500 level courses without credit, maximum two 500 level courses with credit, may be included in the program by the approval of the advisor.

    The students without an M.Sc. degree from Bogazici University have to take at least two 500 ro 600 level courses, in addition to their regular  Ph.D.program.

    Upon completion of course work with a grade-point avarage of at least 3.0, the student is required to pass a qualifying examination.Subsequently, the student can start dissertation work under  the supervision of an advisor appointed by the Institute.

    The degrees of Doctor of Philosophy is conferred on candidates who have demonstrated general proficiency and  high attainment of knowledge and competence in their special field of study, as well as capacity to carry out an independent investigation as evidence by presentation of an acceptable thesis embodying the results of original research.The degree requirements are completed on passing an oral examination.

    - COMPULSORY COURSES -


    CE 503    Mathematical Methods in EngineeringI
    EQE 520 Strong Ground Motion
    EQE 530 Earthquake Response Analysis of Structures -I
    EQE 540 Site Response Analysis
    EQE 550 Earthquake Resistant Design

      - ELECTIVE COURSES -

    EQE 510 Earthquake Physics and Hazard
    EQE 594 Selected Topics in Earthquake Engineering -II
    EQE 595 Selected Topics in Earthquake Engineering-I
    EQE 620 Earthquake Wave Propagation
    EQE 630 Earthquake Response Analysis of Structures -II
    EQE 650 Experimental Methods in Earthquake Engineering
    EQE 677 Simulation of Strong Ground Motion
    EQE 678 Earthquake Resistant Design of Reinforced Concrete Bridges
    EQE 679 Seismic Microzonation Methodologies
    EQE 682 Special Studies in Earthquake Engineering-I
    EQE 695 Special Topics in Earthquake Engineering -II
    EQE 696 Special Topics in Earthquake Engineering -I
    EQE 690 M.Sc Thesis
    EQE 790 Ph.D Thesis

    Graduate level courses from the departments of Civil, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering and Geophysics on the subjects of : Soil Mechanics; Finite Elements; Theory of Elasticity; Digital Signal Analysis; and Seismology can be considered as elective courses subject to the approval of the advisor.  

    - COURSE LIST AND CONTENTS
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    EQE 400 Introduction to Earthquake Engineering


    Earthquake and ground motion.Vibration of structures under ground motion methods of seismic analysis (codes).Behaviour of building structures under earthquake loading. Introduction to earthquake resistant design of various civil engineering structures.

    Prerequisite:Consent of the Instructor.

    EQE 510 Earthquake Physics and Hazards

    Theory of plate tectonics, plate tectonic and seismo-tectonic models for Eastern Mediterranean region and Anatolia. Seismic source regionalization. Faulting, ground deformations, subsidence and landslides during earthquakes. Reservoir induced seismicity. Site selection procedures for engineering structures.

    EQE 520 Strong Ground Motion

    Physics of earthquakes. Seismicity. Seismic waves. Attenuation. Spatial, temporal and frequency domain characteristics and components of ground motion and procedures for their estimation. Strong motion instrumentation. Analysis and interpretation of strong motion data. Fourier, power and response spectrum. Deterministic and probabilistic assessment of the seismic hazard.

    EQE 530 Earthquake Response Analysis of Structures -I

    Free vibration and linear earthquake response analysis of single-degree-of-fredom (SDOF) systems, extension to generalized SDOF systems, equivalent seismic load and response spectrum concepts.Three-dimensişonal free-vibration and linear earthquake response analaysis of multi-degree-of-freedom(MDOF) systems, mode-superposition method, spectral analysis techniques.

    EQE 540 Site Response Analysis

    Earthquake wave propagation in linear and non-linear soil media. Introduction to one and two dimensional plane-strain site response analysis. Kinematics of soil-structure interaction during earthquakes and foundation impedance functions. Seismic soil forces on deep foundations, retaining walls and harbor structures. Soil-pile interaction during earthquakes.

    EQE 550 Earthquake Resistant Design

    Strength supply and ductility demand concepts. Nonlinear earthquake response of single-degree-of-freedom (SDOF) systems with different hysteretic models. Development and use of constant-ductility response spectra.Theoretical background to Turkish Earthquake Resistant Design Code. Capacity Design principle, strength and ductility requirements for reinforced concrete and steel structures.

    Prerequisite: EQE530

    EQE 594 Selected Topics in Earthquake Engineering - I

    Selected topics in the graduate program will be covered to suit individual interests of the students. These courses are aimed at providing an opportunity for advanced research.

    EQE 595 Selected Topics in Earthquake Engineering - II

    Selected topics in the graduate program will be covered to suit individual interests of the students. These courses are aimed at providing an opportunity for advanced research.

    EQE 620 Earthquake Wave Propagation

    Waves in infinite media: dilatational, distortional and plane waves. Waves generated by body forces. Simple SH wave sources. Harmonic waves from cylindrical and spherical cavities. Waves in half space. Reflection and refraction. Surface waves. Waves in layered media. Transfer functions. Scattering and diffraction. Attenuation.

    Prerequisite: Consent of the Instructor.

    EQE 630 Earthquake Response  Analysis of Structures- II

    Essentials of performance-based seismic evaluation and design. Evaluation of strength-based and displacement- based seismic analysis and design methodologies. Theoretical backround to inelastic seismic capacity (pushover) analysis. Development and use of constant- strength response spectra. Estimation of seismic demand and acceptance criteria at structural member level.


    Prerequisite: EQE530
    EQE 650 Experimental Methods in Earthquake Engineering


    Dynamic response measurement techniques. Ambient vibration surveys for structural dynamics and micro-regionalization. Forced vibration surveys. System identification. Shaking table tests.

    Prerequisite: Consent of the Instructor.

    EQE 677 Simulation of Strong Ground Motion 

    Earthquake source models (seismic moment and stress parameters, Brune's source model, near field models, Haskell's model, complex source models). Time domain characteristics of strong ground motion (root-mean-square ground accelleration, duration, time domain envelope). Frequency domain characteristics of strong ground motion. Radiation pattern and directivity. Simulation of strong ground motion (stochastic simulations for point source, stochastic simulations for finite fault rupture, deterministic models, empirical  Green's function method, hybrid simulation methods).

    Prerequisite: Consent of the Instructor.

    EQE 678 Earthquke Resistant Design of Reinforced Concrete Bridges

    Earthquake resistant design philosophy; preliminary design; structural modeling; analysis; design; use of isolation and energy dissipation devices in design. Assessment of earthquake resistance of existing bridges. Retrofit principles and design. 

    Prerequisite: EQE550

    EQE 679 Seismic Microzonation Methodologies

    Cyclic behavior of soils; site response analysis; liquefaction; simple method of microzonation; zonation with respect to site amplification; zonation for liquefaction; zonation for slope stability.

    EQE 682 Special Studies in Earthquake Engineering

    pecial topics associated with the recent developments on the theory and applications of Earthquake Engineering. Subjects are updated from semester to semester.

    This semester: Introduction to Stochastic Analysis of Structural Vibrations
    Instructor:
           Prof. Dr. Erdal Safak


    EQE 695 Special Topics in Earthquake Engineering - I

    Special topics associated with the recent developments on the theory and applications of Earthquake Engineering. Subjects are updated from semester to semester.

    This semester: Nonlinear Structural Analysis
    Instructor:
           Dr. Sami And Kılıç


    EQE 696 Special Topics in Earthquake Engineering - II

    Special topics associated with the recent developments on the theory and applications of Earthquake Engineering. Subjects are updated from semester to semester.  

    This semester: Passive Structural Control
    Instructor:
           Prof. Dr. Mustafa Erdik


      EQE 790 Doctor of Philosophy Thesis

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